Taboos and Superstitions Related to the Chinese New Year
On Chinese New Year's Eve, all brooms, brushes, dusters, dustpans, and other cleaning equipment are put away. With Superstitions ruling the roost, it's not only some of us who are superstitious about things at large.
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When is Chinese New Year 2016?
You will be surprised to know that the Chinese new year falls on a different date every year. Want to know why? Also, when is the Chinese New Year in 2016? This Buzzle article has the answers.
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How to Celebrate Chinese New Year
Celebrating Chinese New Year
There will be revelry, gaiety, and celebrations to herald the Chinese New Year―January 31, 2014―with a bang. Buzzle tells you the ideal way to make this festival of spring memorable.
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The Chinese New Year
The Chinese New Year is one of the most important Chinese holidays. This traditional celebration is often called the 'Lunar New Year'. Let us have a look at the traditional Chinese methods by which the Chinese celebrate their New...
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